Bernie Sanders is an independent U.S. senator from Vermont, ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee, and a former Democratic presidential candidate. Sanders also served as the mayor of Burlington, Vermont, and a U.S. congressman for the state.

Who’s going to challenge Trump in 2020? Here are 9 super-early contenders.
Democrats are starting to wonder who might be able to beat Donald Trump.
Tomi Lahren teams up with Trump nonprofit to cure America of ‘Snowflakeism’
The antidote seems to be a heavy dose of MAGA.
How ‘doctors are slaves’ became a meme against universal healthcare
'If healthcare is a human right, then doctors are slaves!' Or so the argument goes.
What is socialism, really?
Thanks to Sen. Bernie Sanders, socialist ideas are more common than you might think.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Jane Sanders hire lawyers amid FBI investigation
The investigation apparently began in early 2016.
Bernie Sanders condemns shooting allegedly carried out by 2016 campaign volunteer
'Violence of any kind is unacceptable in our society and I condemn this action in the strongest possible terms.'
Alleged Alexandria shooter James Hodgkinson praised Sanders, bashed Trump on Facebook
People flocked to his Facebook account to comment once his name was released.
Bernie Sanders supporters are suing the DNC: Here’s what you need to know
The DNC is accused of violating its own rules by favoring Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.
Bernie Sanders can’t control himself after Trump praises Australia’s healthcare
'Thank you, Mr. President, we’ll quote you on the floor of the Senate.'
5 pro-choice women leaders share what ‘Democratic Unity’ means to them
Unlike Bernie Sanders' vision, theirs doesn't include abandoning women's reproductive rights.
Trump’s political opponents are using his combative Twitter strategy against him
Trump no longer has a monopoly on Twitter fire.
Bernie Sanders is still the most popular U.S. senator
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is still riding high following his 2016 bid for the Democratic presidential nomination—but his numbers are dropping.
New York becomes first state to offer free 4-year college for middle class
You now have a new reason to move to the Big Apple.